The U5000AT+ Ultrasonic Nebulizer offers lower detection limits up to 10 times for ICP-AES and ICP-MS. Samples are introduced onto a highly efficient piezoelectric transducer, providing greater analyte transport efficiency to the ICP.
The U6000AT+ adds a membrane desolvation module to the U5000AT+ for reduction of solventbased interferences, particularly for volatile organic solvents.
The Ultrasonic Nebulizer is placed directly on top of the membrane module, conserving valuace laboratory bench space.
The CETAC BGX-100 Blend Gas Accessory can be used to add a low fl ow of oxygen (10 to 50 mL/min) between the U6000AT+ Ultrasonic Nebulizer / Membrane Desolvator and the ICP-AES or ICP-MS. This capability is especially useful for the analysis of organic solvents.
The CETAC Aridus IITM Desolvating Nebulizer System is a specialized sample introduction accessory for Inductively Coupled Plasma Mass Spectrometry (ICP-MS). The Aridus IITM can enhance analyte sensitivity up to 10 times and can greatly reduce solvent-based interferences such as oxides and hydrides.
The ASX-112FR (Flowing Rinse) Micro Autosampler is designed specifically for use with the Aridus IITM. This compact autosampler features a protective cover and dual flowing rinse stations to ensure sample integrity from the first to the last sample. Ideal for the analysis of small volume samples in an ultra clean environment.
The CETAC QuickWash Accessory for the Aridus IITM rapidly washes the inner wall of the PFA spray chamber, providing greatly reduced washout times for higher concentration analytes. The QuickWash can be operated in a manual or an automated mode, the latter in conjunction with the ASX-112FR Autosampler.
Coupling a concentric pneumatic nebulizer with a heated spray chamber/desolvation system, the CETAC Marin-5 Enhanced Nebulizer System is a cost-effective solution for up to 5 times or more signal improvement for ICP-AES and ICP-MS.
The CETAC Marin-5 Enhanced Nebulizer Systém consists of a conventional concentric pneumatic nebulizer with a specialized (patent-pending) heated spray chamber to increase analyte transport efficiency to the ICP and enable fast sample washout. A dedicated desolvation system with an integrated drain pump prevents liquid overloading of the plasma and ensures stable operation.
The AspireTM PFA Adjustable Nebulizer is designed for the introduction of small volume samples (< 1 mL) to an ICP-AES or ICPMS instrument for trace element analysis. The nebulizer consists of a PFA body and a Tefl onR PTFE capillary for maximum chemici resistance and low trace element blanks.
The CEI-100 interface features a specialized low-fl ow nebulizer and low-volume spray chamber that maintains the high resolving power of capillary electrophoresis (CE) while utilizing the high sensitivity and multi-element capability of ICP-MS. The CEI-100 is especially useful for metallomic studies.
The HGX-200 is a specialized system for the generation of volatile hydride species or the reduction of mercury to Hg(0) (cold vapor). Elements of interest that form volatile hydrides include the difficult to measure elements As, Se and Sb.
A number of elements can be chemically converted to gaseous forms: As, Bi, Ge, Pb, Sb, Se, Sn, Te to volatile hydrides and mercury to Hg(0).